A dramatic video shows a man being pulled off the tracks seconds before a train sped through.
The first ever rule permitting small, routine drone flights goes into effect on Monday.
Large vehicles would be equipped with electronic devices that limit their speed.
Rep. Bill Pascrell worries the $85 enrollment fee may be too expensive for many veterans.
The incident is just the latest technical issue to cause flights delays this summer.
The company is offering free retirement planning to drivers in select cities.
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Under the proposal, transportation projects would have to track, measure and cut carbon pollution.
The National Safety Council is predicting the deadliest Labor Day weekend since 2008.
A union group sued Metro last month to have the senior mechanic reinstated.
“We can’t let this false alarm become the sad truth of the future,” Schumer said.
Tech giants, automakers and ride firms are racing to get autonomous vehicles on the road.
Some of the company's drivers were reportedly arrested in the capital city.
Vice President Biden on Friday announced that Amtrak will receive a $2.45 billion federal loan....
Officials were grilled on a derailment, signal violations and the arrest of an officer.
VW reached a deal with dealers on Thursday.
“I don’t know what, if any, crime was committed,” said Metro's general manager.
Workers said they were discouraged from setting handbrakes because it’s timely and challenging.
The wildly popular game has drawn concern from safety advocates.
The goal is to develop an autonomous platform by 2019 that can be plugged into different vehicles.
Lower gas prices and more fuel-efficient vehicles have contributed to the boost in U.S. driving.
The FAA is stepping up oversight following a hot air balloon crash last month in Texas that killed...
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The company is hoping Charles "Wick" Moorman will improve its relationship with freight carriers.